Thought it was time this line had a thread of its own that will specify what we think of the flavors. These flavors are my number one favorite line in PG after trying close to 600 flavors in 3 years. They can be obtained directly from Bakers or as far as I know at one vendor and I don't know why because they are very good and its wonderful to use low flavor for a big taste JMO. Please feel free to add your opinions if you wish. The ones I use the most are listed below: Vanilla Spongecake---sweet vanilla bakery type of heaven. Exceedingly strong if you vape high PG. If included in a multiple flavor mix, I use 1 or 2 drops per 30 ml. If I make it straight and want to add it later to something else I mix at .25%-.50%. Vaping straight spongecake .20% is plenty for me-- your mileage may vary. Half a percent proved far too much as for me this flavor increases with time/steep considerably. I use this flavor ALOT but sparingly. I have found a trick that if your chocolate mixes are too flat or too something one drop of this opposing flavor can really give it a missing nuance. Yuco: This is a tobacco flavor that claims to have a cocoa undertone. Vaped on its own I find it to be pleasant but generally I add other flavors to it to jazz it up. I would describe the base taste as somewhere between a very mild cigar to a very light pipe taste. Faint cocoa note. No perfumey smell. Its not overwhelming it is pleasant and smooth if used at .25 percent for me. .50% makes it more potent but does not necessarily improve it to my tastes. This flavor is dark and in a 30 ml mix with other flavors I use 4 to 5 drops if I want a tobacco note but other flavors shining through as well. It is not naturally sweet on its own. Above that it makes my mixes darker than I prefer which does not detract from its perfectness for me. Caramel: I have never met a caramel I do not like. This one is no exception and I use it as an adjunct flavor. Vaping it on its own I am fine once again at .25-.50% max. It has a true caramel taste---no complaints on this one. Cream Charlotte: This is is interesting it has a cognac undertone although to me it is not overwhelming but the cream aspect can be so I use this in my mixes very sparingly to give a creamy element. Tobacco: Nice light cigarette taste. Not in your face but enough to satisfy--pleasant smell and a good base for tobacco mixes. Keeps your mixes light in color which is a plus if vaped alone..50% to .75% is plenty as a standalone for my husband. He likes this one alot. I use it to create more complex mixes when I vape it. Tabakum---more nuanced than Tobacco more smell and a few additional notes one I suspect is honey.Very nice if Tobacco is too mellow or plain for you. Snuff Box: Johnny go lightly on this flavor as it is bolder than the other four tobaccos and more like a real cigarette full flavor including an ash element taste and smell. Use this is you like a strong tobacco base. Klondike: Darkest of the tobaccos next to Yuco claims to be a version of Gold Rush cigarette brand. I never had that thought so not sure what its supposed to mean but I would put this one in the medium tobacco intensity category. I mix this at .50%-.75% straight but am more likely to doctor it up slightly with other flavors. It will make a darker final product. Chocolate Truffle: One of the best and most versatile chocolate flavors I have tried-- if used sparingly. Has the potential to overpower the mix if you use too much. Nuanced creamy chocolate with some underlying notes that I have not identified but make it a more complex chocolate. Creme Brulee: For me this is strictly an enhancer if you need a creamy note in your mix. I would not vape it straight. Its too creamy and rich a flavor for that for my taste. I get buttery creamy slight toffee on this one. Canat: mild tobacco with fruity almost dark brandy wine like tone for me. I like it straight or slightly jazzed up with a few other fruits although you have to go sparingly if you want the tobacco part to remain. I will continue to add more flavors I have tried from this line in the days to come---feel free to add yours especially if you vape high VG as your experience/amount needed will vary.